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Culture

The First Japanese Supercar

By the mid-1960s, Japanese car makers were actively trying to establish themselves in the West. But this meant fighting off perception that Japanese cars were c... Read More...

The Pulse Autocycle

The Pulse Autocycle (earlier called Litestar) was the brainchild of Jim Bede, an American aircraft designer who specialised in kit planes. His aim had been to p... Read More...

1973 Aston Martin Vantage

In Aston Martin’s present range, the Vantage nameplate is designated to its smaller car, a rival to the Porsche 911 and other V8 powered supercars. Interestingl... Read More...

1961 Messerschmitt KR200

After the end of the Second World war, Messerschmitt - the storied German aircraft manufacturer, were forced to abandon aircraft production given the sanctions ... Read More...

1970 Monteverdi 375L

Peter Monteverdi was a Swiss engineering prodigy and race car driver. He had built his first makeshift racer by the age of 17 and by his early twenties was comp... Read More...

The Porsche 550A Spyder

The Porsche 550A Spyder was the 2nd generation of the 550 series of cars that can be credited for pretty much singlehandedly establishing Porsche’s racing legac... Read More...

The Bond Bug

In an earlier article on the BMW Isetta 300, we introduced you to the microcar and the reasons behind this class of car becoming popular across Post-War Europe.... Read More...

Steve Jobs’ 2000 BMW Z8

While the man who was responsible for creating the legacy of the world's most valued brand was never a petrolhead in its true sense, Steve Jobs did enjoy German... Read More...